Pedro (Selton Mello) will tremble with fear at a sign of ill omen before departing for the Paraguayan War (1864-1870) in Nos Tempos do Imperador. A solar eclipse will surprise the nobleman at the very end of a speech he will make to inflame Brazilian troops against Solano López’s (Roberto Birindelli) Army. “That God projects us”, will beg the monarch in the six o’clock soap opera on Globo.
The emperor will pick a fight with the ministers when he is prohibited from boarding the battlefield in the serials written by Alessandro Marson and Thereza Falcão. Determined to give his life for the empire, he won’t sign a resignation letter thanks to Caxias (Jackson Antunes).
The protagonist played by Selton Mello will go into armed conflict in the scenes that will be shown from the next Wednesday (1st):
I am deeply touched by the support of our people, with the hope that I saw shine in everyone’s eyes! I cannot and will not betray the trust, full of enthusiasm that the Brazilian people have placed in me. We do not know what scenarios we will find in the theater of this war, what the enemy has in store for us, but we must be prepared for the greatest challenges to our manhood and courage.
Amidst the applause and whistles, Peter will raise the imperial flag at the exact moment when the sun will be covered by the moon. “An eclipse! The day of our departure has turned into night. May God protect us,” the sovereign will say, softly, to himself.
Pedro (Selton Mello) ready for war
Pedro will make his concern about the phenomenon clear in a letter to Luísa (Mariana Ximenes), written under a storm:
I can tell you what’s really going on in my heart for you. Everything conspires against us. Could it be that this rain, like the eclipse, are harbingers of disaster? It takes a lot of effort not to show my state of mind. I have to be the leader who knows what must be done. The efforts of the volunteers give me strength, but I am thinking of the families of these men and I pray that they all come back alive.
“War does not agree with Pedro”, laments the countess of Barral. “She only suits bad people,” Justina (Cinnara Leal) will add when consoling her.
The Emperor’s Times takes place about 40 years after the events of the New World (2017). In addition to the spoilers, the TV news also daily publishes the summaries of the six o’clock soap opera.
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